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It's been a good year to be in tech. The Tech heavy NASDAQ has put up over 20% YTD returns, while the S&P 500 has been relatively flat. But some names in tech have put those returns to shame. On this episode we run through four of the best performing tech stocks YTD and debate whether their runs could continue.Stocks: OSTK, ACMR, FVRR, FSLY
Sports have been a constant topic of discussion this year. Will they play? How will they handle COVID? This week, we ask a couple of different questions: (1) What can sports, specifically college football, teach us about investing? and (2) How might cancellation (or limitation to college play to only in-conference games) impact the economy? Jason Hall joins the show to help answer these questions and more. Whether you like college football or not, we hope this episode inspires you to look for investing lessons in some of your favorite hobbies and pastimes. You’ll be surprised at what you can learn if you stop and look around.
Wildcard Wednesday host Jason Moser chats with Founder and CEO of LivePerson Rob LoCascio. Make sure to tune in as they talk more about LivePerson's most recent quarterly results, the company's business during the pandemic, how its Conversational Cloud platform is changing the consumer experience and much more! LPSN
Motley Fool contributor Dan Kline joins Host Emily Flippen to take a deep dive into one of the hottest fitness stocks on the market today, and no, it’s not Peloton. Planet Fitness has struggled as the pandemic forced many of its clubs to close down, but does the work-from-home trend benefit or hurt this discount gym over the long term? Join us as we take a deeper look at Planet Fitness ahead of its earnings report on the 4th.
In this week's installment of Industry Focus: Financials, host Jason Moser and Fool.com contributor Matt Frankel, CFP take a look at PayPal's (NASDAQ: PYPL) excellent second quarter, as well as the latest results from SVB Financial (NASDAQ: SIVB). Plus, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) recently announced an acquisition of a startup that turns iPhones into payment terminals (sound familiar?). Finally, as earnings season continues in full swing, hear what the pair are watching as Square (NYSE: SQ) and Bill.com (NASDAQ: BILL) report later this week.
Options have surged in popularity this year, with many retail investors dabbling in them for the first time. What are options and how can you use them Foolishly? Foolish options Gurus Jim Gillies and Jim Mueller join the show to discuss the basics of option, mistakes to avoid, and a couple options strategies that are appropriate for beginners.
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Shares of Kodak are up over 1000% this week on the news that the camera company received a $700 million loan to build out capabilities to manufacture active pharmaceutical ingredients. The news is a shot in the arm for a struggling business and a move that brings key operations onto U.S. soil. We talk about that, plus all-you-can-fly passes in China and whether they could make their way to the U.S.
Motley Fool contributor Dan Kline joins Host Emily Flippen to take a look back at the retail bankruptcy scorecard for the third time since the COVID-19 pandemic shook the world. While bankruptcies themselves are important to discuss, it begs the question: where has discretionary spending moved, if not towards these retailers?